My school didn't have Prayer in school per se, but during lunch did allow students to meet for religious meetings and prayer, on school grounds and in class rooms. By Sophomore year I was one of the rabble rouses , but there were others. A controversy in another state lead to the school deciding that they did not want to risk lawsuit , and put an end to the meetings, or at least tried to. I stood up and said that the school was clearly not endorsing any religion , as there were meetings of a variety of faiths about , and as long as the school treated the Wiccians, Lutherns, Mormons, Catholics, Atheists , all of witch had there own meeting at lunch, than there would be no problem. This solution worked great until the local (wont say witch but it was one of the christian ones) found out about the others.. and started bitching and moaning about the others being allowed to meet on campus, especially the non christian ones.
He found out more about how the school was planning on canceling all of them until I went on a crusade to save the religious freedom of every group I knew about (apparently there were some Buddhists and a couple other christian groups that were very low key) and came to try and enlist me, to help save religion in the schools again. He was horrified to find out that I was an Atheist, and that I merely believed that everyone should get to make up there own minds , he treated me to a rant about how we were a christian nation, siting things like the senate prayer, and thats when it hit me.. any state endorsement of religion will simply lead to more , do I think that MOST goverment employees have a right to there religion, yes... the only exception here is Judges.. who must leave EVERYTHING other than there expertise of the law at the door. OUr legal system is NOT based in any way.. shape .. or form on the Bible. Bibical law comes in the form of story and allegoric, Hammurabi's code is codified, simple cold hard law... Witch do we use?